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Lesson Plans

Re: Silk screen

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The Colliers (atla)
Mon, 10 May 1999 09:46:20 +0200

Dear Jeanne,

Leather off cuts make good temporary hinges. Use small nails and attach the raw
hide to the screen, just a 1' strip would do. Nail into the board you are using
If you use about three strips, it should hold it securely.
Hope my directions are clear.


Tracey in Durban

Jeanne Baas wrote:

> Hi You knowledgable people,
> Can I pick your brain a bit? Would like to do a simple screen print
> with my Painting students.Have 2 small classes this year. BUT---I have
> only 3 boards with mounted screen clamps. Can anyone think of a way I
> could keep the screens stable and still register for the each color?
> Tried the "buddy" method with only marginal success. The kid holding the
> screen would always move.
> I'm not opposed to jury rigging either. Is there someone close to
> Muskego that I could borrow from ? Have no $ left to go buy some hinges.
> Thanks!
> Jeanne in Wisc.